Something that has to be factored into this equation is how well a person is able to handle substances and different states of consciousness. I have never been afraid or wary of what I'll do or say if I get too drunk, and I'm introverted. But I've seen other introverts turn into blabbering fools after a few drinks.
good point. I just get less serious, more talkative, and just generally joke around. I most certainly still have an amazing amount of control of my "inner" self, I almost never disclose anything really personal. I usually have a habit of passing out before anything gets too crazy.
My cold, snide, intellectual life is just a veneer, behind which lies the plywood of loneliness.
I don't know I like to drink and I'm not one of those cry about my problems drunks. And who cares if I do something stupid, I'm drunk, and I'd probably do something stupid sober so really I'd rather be drunk so I can be like hey I was drunk when I licked your cat dude, sorry. Though she was tasty.
I've never had the urge to lick someones cat drunk or sober btw.